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Take a Vacation on a Charter Bus in Norwalk, Connecticut

Norwalk, Connecticut

With a population of more than 85,000, Norwalk in Fairfield County is the sixth biggest city in Connecticut. The city also boasts many attractions and scenic spots. So ride a charter bus in Norwalk, Connecticut and visit the city today.

A charter bus in Norwalk, Connecticut can easily transport up to 60 people, giving you the chance to do more activities and visit more sites. You can go to:

Arts & Culture

Check out the rotating exhibits at the Art Gallery at Norwalk Community College, where you can find sculptures, paintings, photography, as well as works in other media. Then you can appreciate Art Under the Bridge at Heritage Park. You should also check out the Stepping Stones Museum for Children, an interactive children's museum that features several exhibits such as the Energy Lab, Healthyville, and Tot Town, among others.

Then go to the Lockwood Mathews Mansion Museum. The mansion is one of the oldest surviving second empire houses in the country. The museum has several exhibits and lectures that allow you to learn more about life back in the 19th century. Plus, you have the SoNo Switch Tower Museum.

Visit the Crystal Theatre, the county's premiere children's theater as they perform at the Ben Franklin Theatre. And for sure, art lovers visiting the city will find themselves at the Norwalk Concert Hall, where they would find a wide range of events, theater productions, opera, and other types of performances. You can also watch the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra perform at Cranbury Park or the Norwalk Concert Hall, while the Norwalk Youth Symphony and Performance Dance are also prime arts attractions.

Further, join the Norwalk Seaport Association Oyster Festival.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

You can play golf at Shorehaven Golf Club, Oak Hills Park Golf Course, or Silvermine Golf Club. On top of that, you also have amateur sports such as softball and baseball leagues here.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Go to Historic South Norwalk, where you can shop and eat from a variety of restaurants and shops as well as find an event to attend. Find the city's Historical Society at the Mill Hill Historic Park, which has three buildings: Governor Thomas Fitch IV Law Office, the Downtown District Schoolhouse, and the Norwalk Town Hall. It also has a historic cemetery within its boundaries, where congressmen, wardens and other notable people are buried.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out Heritage Park where you can enjoy the amphitheater, the boardwalk, boat docks, playgrounds, fishing piers, museums and visitors center. Then go on the Norwalk River Valley Trail where you can have 27 miles of biking and hiking fun. Or you can go on the Sheffield Island Lighthouse and Nature Trail.

Zoos & Aquariums

The kids would love the Maritime Aquarium where they would enjoy at least 30 saltwater and freshwater exhibits, including interactive touch tanks, and exhibits of several non-aquatic animals. There is also an IMAX Theater on the premises. There are around 2,000 animals here belonging to 300 species. The aquarium welcomes around half a million visitors every year.

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